Many of the Horizon 2020 calls under societal challenge 2 require projects to apply the “multi-actor approach”. This approach which brings farmers, scientists and other actors together leads to solutions which answer real needs and are more easily applied on the field. This brochure presents the benefits of this approach, some examples of running H2020 projects and explains where to find project results. Inspiration for future calls!
Find out more about the Research Executive Agency (REA), a funding body created to maximise the efficiency and impact of EU research and innovation programmes. REA manages large parts of Horizon 2020 as well as of the Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration activities (FP7).
This midterm assessment, part of the overall interim evaluation of Horizon 2020, looked into Horizon 2020’s 'InnovFin' financial instruments and considered priorities for the remainder of the 2014-20 programming period.
The main objective of the study is to evaluate the performance and to assess the impact of the Eurostars-1 Joint Programme in terms of new products, processes or services introduced into the market two years after the project’s completion. The analysis is also aimed at providing concrete recommendations and any other useful comments on how to better implement the Eurostars-2 programme.
This study examines the participation of Civil Society Organisations (CSO) in the EU research framework programmes (FP) through literature reviews, a series of case studies, social network analyses and agent-based modelling.
The European Commission, supported by INEA, is pleased to announce the 'H2020 Waterborne Research Conference' to be held in Brussels on Thu. 8 June 2017. Seize this opportunity to learn about Horizon 2020 research supporting safe, competitive and sustainable Waterborne transport. High level key notes will shed light in the policy framework while all Waterborne transport research will be explained by the researchers themselves, followed by a Q&A session.
This study evaluates and assesses the appropriateness and effectiveness of the regulatory framework for State aid to RDI in the European Union. It compares the competitiveness of RDI in the EU with that of certain competitor third countries to recommend improvements to the Community regulatory framework.